My Kitchen Rules served least EVER recorded gathering of people Daily Mail
“My Kitchen Rules has garnered a legion of dedicated fans since it’s inaugural Australian season in 2010.
But Wednesday night’s episode saw the Cha
el Seven cooking show take a nosedive with fans, recording it’s lowest EVER audience.
In figures released by OzTAM, the amateur chef series only secured 1.02 million sets of eyeballs in overnight preliminary metro ratings.
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el Seven’s My Kitchen Rules plummets to lowest EVER recorded audience as Amy and Tyson’s food fail send them to sudden-death on Wednesday night
While Nineu2019s competing Married at First Sight was absence from screens, MKR still recorded a drop of almost 100,000 from the week prior.
The episode featured an Aussie Beach BBQ challenge in which teams were judged on their market-style creations by children, lifeguards and beach-goers.
Despite the series suffering its lowest audience ever, the program secured a minor win in remaining on the top spot of the ratings ladder for the night.
Still on top: While suffering its lowest audience ever, (100,000 down on last week) the program secured a minor win in remaining on the top spot of the ratings ladder for the night
Recap: The episode featured an Aussie Beach BBQ challenge in which teams were judged on their market-style creations by children, lifeguards and beach-goers
MKR was the night’s only offering to hit the ‘magic million’, with the next highest non-news program being I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here with 850,000.
Seven won the night overall with the biggest average audience overall, with Nine following in second place.”